Check out the video for the amazing projects from my students of Fall2020, ET 460/494: Senior design projects
E E 532 Analog Signal processing
This course goes through the Basic CMOS circuit techniques. Low-voltage and current-mode signal processing. Switched-capacitor (SC)and switched-current (SI) circuits such as amplifiers, integrators, S/H circuits, filters, oscillators, D/A and A/D converters, etc. Advanced techniques for corrections of nonideal behavior. Analysis and simulation projects.
E T 460 & Lab / ET494 & Lab
Fall 2021, Fall 2020
In this class the student is required to complete a novel project which is to be accompanied by a paper, a presentation and a working model. The project could be a topic not covered in any of the classes in our department. Timely progress will
be maintained by the production of a weekly one page progress report. In addition, there will be a special topic which was not covered in any other class and will vary from year to year.
E T 252 & Lab Circuit Analysis II
This course is consisted of study of circuit analysis techniques in AC, including network theorems, mesh and nodal analysis, transients, time domain and phasors, magnetic circuits, sinusoidal and non-sinusoidal wave forms, resonance circuits (series and parallel), filters (low-pass, high-pass, passband and bandstop).
E E 420 Solid State Devices
This course goes through the physical concept underlying the operation of semiconductor devices. In this course we learn to analyze carrier flow and associated fields due to drift, diffusion, generation and recombination. We will also learn to draw and interpret energy band diagrams. We understand and analyze the behavior of a p-n junction (diode), including different device physics, device operations and device characteristics leading to difference in device performance. We understand and analyze the behavior of field effects transistor (FET) including different device physics, device operations and device characteristics leading to difference in device performance.
E E 301 Lab
FPGA based digital design. Implementation of FPGA digital hardware systems based on the algorithms and implementation requirements using hardware description languages, optimization, logic synthesis, place and route methods. Implementation of finite state machines.
E E 346 & Lab
Spring 2021, Fall 2020
Introduction to the design of modern RISC based microprocessors and microcontrollers. Programming problems written in C++ and assembly using the critical thinking skills learned in CECS 100. Architectural principles learned in the classroom illustrated using the assembly programming language..